New York City mayor Bill de Blasio announces that the city will divest from fossil fuels and has filed a lawsuit against five major fossil fuel companies, including BP and Royal Dutch Shell, for [...]
As climate change forces people from their homes, New Zealand is pondering the creation of a visa for climate ‘refugees’ from Pacific islands
As surges of nationalism and incidents of hate crime are reported across the globe, a network of far right extremists who have renounced their views and resolved to help others, is growing too. [...]
Four former members of right wing extremist groups on how they overcame their hate-failed pasts and now help turn others’ lives around
After noticing signs of divisiveness and fear in recent weeks, Daianna Karaian came up with a plan to prevent society sinking into intolerance. Turning to a traditional symbol of welcome, she [...]
Illustrator Noma Bar produces iconic illustrated cover for Positive News magazine, as part of its perspective-shifting approach
With the UK drying off after having felt the impending impacts of climate change, and as political and social unrest continue to flare up globally, the changes needed to create more peaceful and [...]
What does it take to achieve the seemingly impossible? Jini Reddy spends a weekend at Hawkwood College with Polly Higgins, the woman campaigning for a law against ecosystem destruction, and [...]
The key to successfully dealing with change is preparation, explains our positive psychology columnist, Chris Johnstone
A new report on UK energy policy, written by 16-25 year-olds, is calling for the rapid uptake of renewable energy and for greater youth consultation on energy and climate policy
Greenland, a new play about how we respond to climate change, has opened at the National Theatre
Policy supporting climate change education and increasing the involvement of young people in UN negotiations, is approved at Cancun climate talks
Author Bruce Nixon, is offering his new book, A Better World is Possible, as a free download ahead of its publication date
More than 300 young people across the UK have 'adopted' their MPs to ensure the issue of climate change remains high on the political agenda
Ecuador will be the first country to leave oil reserves untouched in response to climate change and the need to protect indigenous homelands
Kirsty Schneeberger shares her vision for the future and writes about her work integrating the opinions of young people into national and international decision-making on climate change policy.
From the fields of Climate Camp, a new film entitled Just Do It, will tell the story of those mischievous activists fighting for justice on climate change.
Meteorologists and indigenous weather experts from the Nganyi people of western Kenya team up to protect crops
Transition Town Totnes has been selected as one of ten 'first movers' in the Department of Energy and Climate Change's Low Carbon Communities Challenge.
Run by young people, the UK Youth Parliament provides a chance for those under 18 to use their voice in creative ways to bring about social change.